Two Days Left to Early Vote – Go Vote

Today and tomorrow are the final two days of early voting.

The public polls are showing that David Perdue and Nathan Deal are both widening the gap over their opponents.

One vital point. Polls don’t vote – people do. More specifically, you do. Your vote is the only one that counts. Go Vote.

Michelle Nunn and the Democrats will be bombarding the air waves with the only thing that they have ever had against David Perdue – character assassination and class envy. The hypocrisy of the Nunn campaign crossed the line months ago.

Their strategy is to try to make the average Georgia voter so sick of negative ads, they they just turn away and don’t vote at all. That leaves a void that will be filled by the Obama turnout machine. Georgians will not fall for that. Go Vote.

Polls in this race have been all over the board. A poll is little more than a guess from someone who has some how figured out how to make money off of making guesses. That is not a criticism, just an observation.

The wild cards in the US Senate and Governor’s race are the Libertarian candidates. For the past several weeks pundits have talked of run-off because of the need to gain 50% + 1. A third party gaining just 2 or 3% and a tight race between Republican and Democrat would require a runoff.

Because we have a federal level race, a run-off would require a 45 day period to give adequate time for counties to send absentee ballots to military in all parts of the world. The state races do not require the 45 day period.

So, if there were to be a runoff for Governor and US Senate, there would be two runoff races. Runoff for Governor would be December 2, 2014. Runoff for US Senate would be January 4, 2015. Happy Thanksgiving, Merry Christmas, and Happy New Year.

No one wants a run-off and we do not need a run-off.

You can settle this now by voting early. Go Vote.

I believe that the people of Georgia are going to show up and that there will not be a runoff. It happens one vote at a time and no one can cast your vote but you. Go Vote.

I am encouraging everyone to go ahead and vote early. Why vote early? There are several good reasons to vote early. The most important reason is that there is no question that this is a critical election and your vote is needed. Go Vote.

You never know what might come up that could keep you away from voting on election day. There are any number of things that could come up from car trouble to having to be out of town on an unplanned trip at the last minute to simply getting so busy on election day that it slips your mind. Go Vote.

Georgians have a choice that is as clear and defined as it could ever be. Michelle Nunn’s first vote as a US Senator would be for Harry Reid as her party leader. Barack Obama recently called an Atlanta radio station with this call to get out the vote for Michelle Nunn:

If Michelle Nunn wins, that means that Democrats keep control of the Senate, and that means that we can keep on doin some good work. (National Review On-line)

Voting in this election is a must. No one else can do this for you. You must vote. This is not one of those things where anyone can abstain from voting and say “whatever the majority wants is fine with me.” What Barack Obama and Harry Reid want is massive government control and taking your rights. That is not fine. Go Vote.

I am encouraging everyone to go ahead and vote early. Why vote early? There are several good reasons to vote early. The most important reason is that there is no question that this is a critical election and your vote is needed. Go Vote.

You never know what might come up that could keep you away from voting on election day. There are any number of things that could come up from car trouble to having to be out of town on an unplanned trip at the last minute to simply getting so busy on election day that it slips your mind. Go Vote.

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